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monterey but not impacting the bay area. you can see the tail and that is going towards northern california. this is a big wild card. if this cloud coverage moves and are run for pa.m.-5:00 a.m. kron 4 a.m.-5:00 a.m. they will not be quite as cold. you can see it is coming in at 5:00 a.m. but i could not notified by taft. it will still be cold. you can this tool.this-shower activity. by 4:00 a.m., i do not know if it is quite as illegal. s 5:00 a.m., the about of cloud coverage. . i'm not sure if i buy that-- >>jacqueline: from 2:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m., 30-34 degrees with slippery sidewalks and please give yourself extra minutes to defrost your windshield. and also, to the north bay. i do not think that the clouds are going to move in to keep temperatures warm enough to avoid freezing. 30's through fairfield, these frosted viceroy continue frost advisor'. oakland, san mateo. and along the coast temperatures to in the afternoon are really not that warm regard 40's for the north bay, 50s and the san francisco, and 50s in the san jose. for the sierras, some of flurries with more snowfall. and if yo
across the san francisco bay. >> be prepared. >> reporter: across northern california, swollen rivers threaten to flood cities like napa where sandbags are passed out and countless trees came crashing down. we saw this one fall before our eyes. how close did it come to you? >> within feet of my truck. >> reporter: we were driving down this highway in napa and this tree came crashing down in front of us. i want to show you how huge this tree is. take a look. a giant tree. i mean, the roots of this thing are four feet tall. now, there may be another storm later in the week after so much headache already. even santa in one city was forced to take refuge. one bright spot we saw in a gloomy day here in napa. when the tree fell down, the drivers kept pulling over to help clear it out of the roadway. after the man who was almost hit by it, he says he is headed tout buy a lottery ticket. >> thank you. and cecilia called the newsroom when that tree fell. right in front of the car today. glad she is okay too. ginger zee on the set tonight. these totals are staggering. >> they are. we expected a
believe that they may have drawn them to the cooler waters of northern california. this is the third stranding in six weeks. >> it is really an exploratory time for us as we are learning more about what causes these strandings, whether or not we should be worried about them. >> cbs 5. >> and on the weather, ladies and gentlemen, we have a warm day in the bay area today. warmer than average by a long shot as we are about 10 degrees where we usually are at this time of the year. take a look at the numbers around the bay area as first, take a look at this. the high tides are due this week in the bay because we are closer to the sun now than we are at any other time of the year a. little weird if you think about it. i mean it is winter, nevertheless, we're closer to the sun. as a result, the highs will be up the next couple of days as you'll see the warnings off the off ramps as the tides come up. 47 degrees at concord right now. sfo at 54 and san jose at 53 degrees. the high temperatures today, scaling the heights as well with a record high in oakland, only keeping records there for bel
." >> good evening. i'm rebecca jarvis. people in northern california just can't catch a break. the third big storm in four days is baring down on the region tonight. rivers in the area have a history of dangerous flash flooding as those who live along their banks know all too well. carter evans begins our coverage. >> reporter: the ground is soaked, creeks are full and rivers are on the rise. >> i've never seen it that high even during the spring. >> reporter: a storm drain near sacramento wasn't cleared fast enough to save the home of michael jimenez. in california's wine country, when the water gets this high along the russian river, people get worried. >> it's happened so many timeses and it does come, like, clockwork. >> reporter: victoria daly and her family know how dangerous this water can be. the russian river has seen severe flooding in the past. the worst in 1986, when the entire town was under several feet of water. daly said her home is always one of the first to flood. >> we've done it so many times, we're prepared. you know, we're ready for it. >> reporter: forecasters say the
on the west coast? rick: we had 20" of rain in northern california and new we have a number of storms, and we will deal with 7" to 8" of rain and 6' of mountain snow and the storms if the weekend, will be bottled up across northern california and southern oregon and not moving inland. we will see some of this energy across the central plains on tuesday, so, christmas day, hopefully everyone is already hope and places like oklahoma and arkansas could be looking at a white christmas on tuesday. >>neil: how about that. thank you, rick. as we mentioned the bad weather is making if difficult holiday traveling, and messy highways out there, and night delays, just days before christmas, and mike tolan is live at chicago's o'hare. what is the situation? >>reporter: the worst of the delays are behind us. the big board shows "on time" and "on time." thank lake michigan. it turns a lot of warm up up and the storm became rain and we did not get significant snow in chicago. you have crowds here and people are waiting in line but that is because 200,000 people are going through the airport. the airlines pl
of northern california. >> what's going on? >> caller: anyway, i got -- i noticed some activity in the house building around here back around northern california, sacramento valley. my play is berkshire b. what do you think of that? >> i think it actually max sense temperature i campaigned for that to be a housing and insurance company stock. i think you're dead on, i think it's a great buy. i think you're getting them pretty cheap if i do say so myself. keep one eye on the paralysis in washington and one on the companies no longer waiting to be act. there's money to be made just being a shareholder. get out of those bond eveneds. they're going to crush you. >>> coming up, trend spotting? tonight cramer's got the exclusive interviews you need to catch the market's next hot trend. first wall street's been taking a bite out of apple but this tech manufacturer lit up the ticket today. is it charged for a reason in 2013? then, as hiring picks up in the u.s., could paychecks help you cash in? and with the housing market in full recovery, is it time to furnish your financials with eth ethan allen.
california. and we are looking at moderate rain at this time across northern california into southwestern oregon and also up in the seattle and the coast of washington state. now tomorrow we are actually going to see even heavier rain start to move in. we have already had reports of about 8 to 10 inches of rainfall already from the past few storms we've already seen. but we've also gotten reports of wind gusts up to 60 to more than 80-mile-per-hour. and we're going to see more of the same if not a little more intense as we go into sunday morning. additional rainfall totals on top of the 8 to 10 inches on the ground could be an additional 5 to 6, 7 inches of rainfall out of what we'll see tomorrow morning. we have the series of storms moving into the west coast. then it's a totally different story right in the middle of the country. we're also talking about record-break heat today. down into dallas and also into san antonio where temperatures should get into the upper 70s and lower 80s. that's about 20 degrees warmer than average for this first day of december. the only cool spot really is
: dangerous weather in northern california. three days of nonstop rain will impact areas already prone to flooding and mudslides. plus, a couple lucky to be alive after a 100-foot tree smashes their car. police say the weather may have had nothing to do with this jon: prince william and kate middleton are officially pregnant. reporter: yes, the rumors have been swirling. they have decided that there has been no official confirmation, but all of the talk had been about kate middleton's new hairstyle the last couple of days. but the palace was rather forced to announce the pregnancy. she has a cute morning sickness, hypermedia scribe. last week, we seem the duchess of cambridge out and about on several very public engagements. she also visited the city of cambridge, after which their title comes from looking very glowing and happy. no signs that she was suffering, she must've been doing. very early stages of the pregnancy. we don't know if it will be a boy or girl, but either way, that child will be next in line for the throne after prince william. >> it sounds like a spell from a harry
light moderate or heavy rain along the north--northern california coastline. by noon time that center or the order of the bay area-- heart of the bay area. >> rain for the weekend on stable with scattered showers. raining all next week. >> let's get an update with traffic. the major incidents on the chp law. traffic moving smoothly. some of the on the bay bridge with no delay in no metering lights. >> the san mateo bridge traffic is moving to the in both directions the right hand side had its worst high-rise traffic picking up a bit but moving at a limit. >> the golden gate bridge to the overnight construction wrapping up. 101 south down as you hit the bridge construction work on the northern edge of the span. >> and aspiring teen artist may have gotten the surprise of a lifetime. a sinking sensation in one amazing reaction. >> a 14 year-old up and coming singer. >> ♪ record management or to come to l.a. and record a stevie wonder song should not wonder. >> she just did it. her idol suddenly materialized as she was singing this song. ♪ how're you doing? >> pinch me. pinch me. >> p
. >> also, the major change for a marine sanctuary in northern california. the plan to save a vibrant ecosystem packed with birds and fish. >> what is cool about your school? you can submit your nomination on our website, cbssf.com/coolschool and we may feature school on our show. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the sierra are getting a new layer of fresh powder for t >> david letterman got his start in indianapolis as a weatherman. >> i had no idea. >> really? >> yes. all weathermen know that. [ laughter ] >> i guess so. >> he was sort of our hero. >>> skiers and snowboarders in the sierra are getting a new layer of fresh powder for the weekend. >> that snow will make it a treacherous trek to get to the resorts. but some borders got lucky and beat the rush. >> i didn't even know about it. i'm from reno didn't even know it was going to snow. >> when i got off work i could go skiing. >> lucky you don't have to deal with the mess. >> it is lucky, yes. >> chains will likely be required for the weekend. as much as 4 feet of blowing snow is expected over the next few days above
are doing any traveling around northern california, heading home for the holidays or getting a head start on the weekend, planning a trip up to tahoe, partly cloudy skies, i just checked there are chain requirements just on highway 50 now. otherwise yosemite cold 37 degrees there. and fog reported in sacramento with highs in the low 50s. our temperatures closer to home similar to yesterday. low to mid-50s, not much higher than that. 53 in santa clara. checking some east bay numbers, 50 degrees out in brentwood, antioch and 53 in walnut creek and pleasant hill. around the bay it's going to be slightly warmer, berkeley, alameda, coming close to the mid-50s. 54 there and 52 out in mill valley. so here's a check of the forecast. over the next several days, thursday today you will notice drying out and then friday afternoon, that's when the rain showers return. it remains unsettled through saturday and then for now it actually looks dry sunday through new year's day. then another chance of rain returning for wednesday. >>> want to update you on a couple of traffic notes including this earlier
. >> strike that has paralyze crab fishing off northern california will enter seventh day tomorrow. negotiations to end the dispute over pricing broke off this evening at fisherman wharf without an agreement crab boat owners held several meetings today to discuss oceans. crabber were getting 3 dollars a pound when the season opened before thanksgiving but fish broker want to cut the price saying the demand for cb dropped. negotiationss to end the dispute will resume tomorrow afternoon. we'll see what happens. >>> well oakland wants to fill the new job center but some say the plan to pay for it is a sell out for the community. that's because the money would come from revenue generated by new billboards near the bay bridge toll plaza. story tonightm 7 news reporter laura anthony. >> one person polite another crucial funding source. that's the gist of the controversy over how to pay for new job in career resource center in west oakland. proposed deal between the city and oakland army base developer would fund the center with proceeds from 5 new bright and shiny billboard along t
is certainly in place there, and across the west, pulling into northern and central california bringing very heavy rainfall and very significant mountain snow. sierra nevadas today another two to three feet of snow, a few higher elevation spots, maybe another four feet of snow. so that's certainly some good news. guys you know where that's good news? >> what? >> i'm going to lake tahoe skiing and they're getting a lot of snow. >> clayton: i hope they have the logs cut for you in the fire as well. >> rick: me, too. >> clayton: have a nice time, rick, have some hot cocoa. >> kelly: i like to know i make you feel young again. >> alisyn: that's sweet. remember this famous scene from the the brady bunch. >> all i hear all day long at school, how great marsha is at this or how wonderful marsha did that, marsha, marsha, marsha! >> and the sibling rivalry could actually be damaging your children for life. dr. mark segal explains the dangers of the sibling rivalry. >> and he barely had time to unpack his bags. looks like tim tebow is heading south for the winter. the new details straight ahead. ♪
. >>> a mysterious invasion along 12 miles of northern california beaches. thousands of squid washed up during high tide yesterday on miles of the monterey bayshore. researchers think they may have eaten toxic algae disorienting them e. >>> patchy fog in the bay area. low clouds and fog at the beaches. ocean beach very cloudy right now. it looks like though as we head through the day we'll see a few more passing clouds but those will be some storm clouds. to the north you can see the cold front beginning to make its way toward northern california. those will be moving in a little bit later on today and overnight expecting the rain to start until the north bay and then spread to the south. molesly dry day, though. highs in the 50s and 60s. next couple of days, back to showers. maybe snow across our mountain peaks, as well. chance of showers on friday. maybe some more rain on sunday. we're going to check your "timesaver traffic" coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. we're still watching a traffic alert in the east bay. if you are heading towards the caldecott tunnel, this is going from oakla
said it will try again to launch a long range rocket, one capable of reaching northern california. they said the launch will take place sometime between 22nd. it comes as their leader meets to chinese officials to discuss relations. it also comes ahead of south korea's december 19th presidential election. the north launched a long range rocket in april but it broke apart shortly after liftoff. they say they have made improvements. >> and there was a change ever hands of mexico's authorities. president elect enrique peno nieto was given the flag in front of the guard of honor and the new cabinet. en mean neat will officially be sworn into office later today. he's a member of the revolutionary party which ruled mexico for seven decades until losing power amidst scandal in 2000. he proms to govern democratically and with transparency. >>> an oregon man is recovering from a shark attack in hawaii." while authorities are trying to decide whether to reopen about two miles of beach. he was snorkeling on maui when the shark attacked him about 200 yards offshore. thomas kennedy suffered cu
and it is it a long system. rain falling over northern california for the most part, forecasters say some areas could get soaked for day to come and dozens of inches falling. wow . it is it because of what they call an atmospheric river of jet stream ofure in the pacific office carrying wave after wave of storms on the west coast. donna is live in cloudy california. dominic? >> the latest in the freaky stream of rains should dump twice as much as the last storm that came through here if not the two combined. it will start in the early morning and peaking at 5:00 a.m. on sunday. we are expecting a deluge. they are concerned about mudslides because of the summer we had wildfires and now it is soterated by the water. so much that is expected to come on saturday night and sunday. they think it will loozen up the earth and they will see mud and deand damaging the property through the valley. >> what are the doing to prepare for it is not each halfway over. >> absolutely. it is not just sunday. it will go on throughout the week. pg&e is dispatching mobile command sister-in-law where by engineers and specia
half in northern california. >> in vallejo they expect to see more officers out this weekend. they will be conducting special holiday patrols in the shopping centers and downtown area and officers will patrol on foot and on bike. their goal to make themselves more visible. >>> if you are like a lot of people you are looking for unique gift ideas. michael finney shows us where to find some at an affordable price. folks at shop smart compiled 25 websites where you can find cool gifts for under $25. >> lindsay is filling a lot of orders to meet the holiday rush. she operates set by toke. she sells one of a kind items like this tablet cover. >> these are under $20, really interesting they are made out of mitsubishi car seats. >> it was made with competence material. everybody everything she sells like $20 recycled glass necklaces or $24 earrings come from manufacture there's are fair tried certified. it's one of 25 retail websites featured this n shop smart magazine. >> if you spend $20 they will donate five dollars to the charity of your choice. >> each one featured were pre-scr
to share with you. you can find me on facebook and twitter. we got this one, beautiful, from northern california. they were continuing to get more snow. and they will, with more storms. there's that colorful sky. thanks so much for sending them. we send it back in the studio now. >> thanks, ginger. i love the people in the security line behind you. hate being in line. but nice to have ginger there. >>> now, to what may be a huge, medical breakthrough. a bionic suit, a sort of wearable robot, that can help paralyzed patients, people that never thought they would walk again. here's abc's muhammad lila. >> gentlemen, we can rebuild him. >> reporter: for years, we dreamed of the impossible. >> better than he was before. >> reporter: dreamed of building a bionic man. >> better, stronger, faster. >> reporter: today, those big dreams start with these tiny steps. >> mentally, it's a wonderful mealing to be upright and moving. >> reporter: 27-year-old aaron bloom was paralyzed after an accident two years ago. told he would never walk again. now, with each step, each grimace, he's defying the o
moving into central and northern california and parts of oregon. going to mean a lot more rain and snow across the higher elevations. things are looking pretty good. travel wise today, tomorrow even monday you are find. things start to change and wednesday and thursday here your high temperatures for the day today. not that bad. cooler across the north. not as bad as it could be this time of year. all right, guys. >> thanks so much. >> coming up on the show, one person we haven't heard from in the benghazi hearings hillary clinton our own catherine herridge has more information on this. a possible smoking gun. she is going to join us next. >> agencies going after steve jobs? we'll explain coming up. for those with visions of doing this... ...this... ...and this, dancing in their heads... ...we have these. home depot gift cards. give the gift of doing, in-store or online. you spend all day cooking it. so why spend even a moment considering any broth but swanson? the broth cooks trust most to make the meal folks spend all year waiting for. in stuffing and more, the secret is swanson. what
, delayed flights and flooded many roadways in northern california. heavy rain is expected in washington state and oregon today. >>> violent protests. the inauguration of mexico's new president earlier today. take a look at this. more than 2,500 people took to the streets of mexico city, just a few blocks where the new president was to be sworn in. three protesters were hurt and one student is reportedly in critical condition. demonstrators accusing of using bribery to win the election there. those protests were eventually dispersed and as you can see there, the new president has been sworn in. let's bring in telmundo's jose to talk more about this. how much of this is with the revolutionary party? >> well was in power for 72 years until the year 2000 when they lost their election there. 12 years later they go back in power but this is a new face. he's 46 years old and married to a soap opera star and he's young, energetic and he's sharp and he's media friendly. i think a lot of the people are really upset about the possibility that the old precorruption, not really democratic in nature
with prevacid24hr. >>> the west coast is bracing for more stormy weather. residents in northern california made preparations as rise river waters started to threaten their homes. for the latest, let's go straight to the weather channel's chris warren. he is in truckee, california. chris, how bad is it expected to get out there? >> well, from what we understand, it's going to get to major flood stage. this is the truckee river right here. it is below any kind of flood stage right now. but what residents tell me, what they're expecting based on the forecast of major flooding by tomorrow, you see that rock over here in the middle of the river. they're expecting the river to be over that rock. >> wow. >> by tomorrow when it does flood. to give you a perspective of where we are in relation to that and the reason why so many people are getting ready, and it is possible. it's not a guarantee that we're going to have significant damage. but they're saying, the forecast is saying for possible minor damage to some of the homes. this is pretty close. you have people out here with sandbags. they have a bob
lecture. ainsleainsley earhardt standing. >>> northern california will get no break from the wet and windy weather tomorrow. another significant system expected to move in, dumping rain on the area tomorrow through wednesday. heavy downpours for the past five days dropping 15 to 20 inches of rain pushing rivers over their banks. meteorologists predicting torrential rain tomorrow across the sierras. >>> one of the nation's largest teachers unions proposing a tough exam that teachers have to pass before entering their profession. a new report by the american federation of teachers says the exam would produce more qualified educators. the aft saying they don't want to just wait and see if a teacher's students will sink or swim. the test being compared to the bar exam for lawyers. i'm ainsley earhardt. back to on the record with greta. >> greta: political football. broadcaster bob costas using last night's halftime show to lecture sports fans about gun control. his speech sparked by the murder-suicide involving kansas city chiefs player jovan belcher. >> our current gun which you will yocultur
to approach northern california. by noon we have the impulse pushing through the bay area and that was when we can see widespread rain. it will be with us through most of the day and by 8:00 p.m. it will start to break up. and we'll have residual showers throughout sunday. scattered showers in the mix for monday tuesday wednesday and thursday. we will stand as winter like weather pattern for the foreseeable future. >> the bay bridge approach is really the only bay area branch that is backed up so far this morning. it is not backed up, no accidents no stalls. traffic is backed up on to the 880 over crossing into the west grand. drive times are still about 17 minutes out of the oakland a's and two san francisco. the salmon sale bridge is doing just fine even though there was a stall on the eastbound side. -- san mateo that is westbound as a worker way out of hayward turds foster city. traffic is moving fairly well across the bridge headed over to the peninsula. 1 01 looking good it would no problems on the span to slow you down. traffic maps the show's most of the traffic slows traffic is in the
this northern california area. so, jenna, your home of san francisco, unfortunately, seeing a lot more rain, and areas of northern california, maybe up to 10 inches of rain over the next five days, that will transfer to about 6 feet of snow in the mountains where i'm going to spend my first week in january. jon: had to rub it in. >> reporter: yeah. jon: rick reichmuth, keep the snow coming at least, you know, for the mountains. jenna: jon gets a little green with envy. jon: yeah. jenna: soon enough, jon, you'll be out there, that's for sure. well, we have some breaking developments of the marine jailed in mexico. we know a lot of you have been paying attention to this story. after months his family says they have a reason to be hopeful. the latest in a live report ahead. >>> plus, some new developments in a manhunt we've been telling you about in chicago. the bed sheet bandits, if you will. two inmates breaking out of a federal jail, scaling down nearly 20 stories using bed sheets. where are they now? the latest is ahead. [ loud party sounds ] hi, i'm ensure clear... clear, huh? i'm not jui
into northern california leaving behind heavy rain, snow and large waves along the shoreline. in fact, the sierra nevadas could see up to four feet of snow. rick? >> hi, doug. i think a lot of areas, the higher elevations will see more than that. maybe even six feet of snow. from you there, you are glad you are a skier and that's why you want to be there. they have a great start to the season. these are the temperatures, it is cold across the northern planes. show you two storms we are following. one is the precursor. it is not a major storm. this is a future radar. we will see this develop down across parts of the south. today, tonight and parts of tomorrow. then look at this, tomorrow evening christmas eve we will see 1 to 3 inches of snow across pennsylvania, new york and in toward new england. you are getting a very nice gift on tuesday morning and the roads won't be that bad. a little lake affect snow left over the great lakes, but the bigger storm you are mentioning is out across parts of the west. major rain, major snow and probably delays in san francisco. i will come back nex
a number of storms lined up across northern california and southern oregon. places like san francisco and medford, oregon. some areas, another seven or eight inches of rain over next four to five days. that means flooding concerns. this is much colder storm than we saw a couple weeks ago. so big-time snowfall accumulations up to six feet of snow across some of the higher elevations. the good news is, travelwise, the next couple of days are looking good. the next big storm that we're potentially looking at is christmas across parts of the plains. megyn: rick, thank you. merry christmas to you. >> same to you. megyn: so we heard mike tobin say o'hare was okay but the states around there have been dealing with changing conditions. we've seen lots and lots of flight cancellations past couple days. we'll check in with courtney scott, senior editor of travelocity. courtney, thanks for being here with us. what is the situation now? we heard more than a thousand flights canceled over the past couple days. >> that's right. there have been significance selllations and delays throughout the enti
coast you can see a lot of flooding a lot of heavy snow over the weekend. it is across northern cases of california. the frontal system will be bringing in showers across the interior portions of the northeast across the great lakes down into portions of missouri. >> thank you very much maria. >> it is time now to entertain this. >> well, he must have been in heaven justin bieber starring in a new music video with the victoria secret angels. >> i like that. bieber one of the performers at the annual fashion show. yes, mark the time down 7:30 eastern angels lindsay ellington and harrah heather ton will be on fox and friends with a sneak peek before it airs tonight. >> he is the chicago bears biggest and most adorable fan that is juliana and bill's son baby duke. he shared the precious pick on twitter. >> oo football fan nick lachey really get kicked out of the cincinnati bengals chargers game for trash talking? he took to twitter to set it straight. for the record i was not kicked out of the charges's game for excessive trash talking. no that honor belonged to the guy in front of me. >
. his hands first touched the piano as a boy in northern california, tutored by his mother, herself a musician. but for a time, he saw his future not in recording, but in ranching. >> i grew up around the american indians, and the real ranch life. >> his music would become known for its pioneer in poly rhythm. >> riding horseback on a 45,000 acre ranch. you're alone a lot. and i had nothing to think about except music and the sound of the horse walking or trotting and i would always put a different rhythm against that. >> reporter: he later refused to play at venues that didn't allow his black base player on stage. while serving in world war ii, he met paul desmond who later joined his quartet. in 1959, the group released time-out, featuring take five, one of the most popular songs in the history of jazz. in late 1960, he disbanded his quartet and focused his energies mostly on orchestra works. he reported more than 100 albums and earned a grammy for lifetime achievement among many other honors. well into his eighth decade, he continued to compose and perform on stage his joy in mus
. with that we could see rain. on futurecast for this is the wider view of northern california. the first thing we will see is a lot of cloud cover in the bay area as we move into tomorrow night. the overnight hours you concede the rain started to shift its way south. i expect light rain with this system it will be off and on throughout the day. maybe a half to a quarter of an edge. it depends on where you are located. your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast drier conditions by thursday afternoon. mix of sun and clouds as we head into your friday. saturday and sunday we are tracking and other system this one could bring moderate rain especially to our north. temperatures will be the upper 50s relatively cool conditions. we had a lot of changes to talk about here in the weather center. at 817 let us check out your morning ride with robyn. >> good morning we have several slow spots all around the bay area. give yourself a lot of extra time for you head out the door. the bay bridge the ride into san francisco still a hot spot. nothing blocking now but since the 5:00 a.m. hour all the way up unti
picture. this is tomorrow. watch another wet day. the california coast and northern and central california, so more rain for san francisco. but here's what we're really watching. this is one of the climate models. and watch what happens here. now, this is monday. so if you're traveling in the southeast on monday, look what develops into tuesday, an area of low pressure. so tuesday it's christmas. in the southeast, i think it's going to be a rain-maker for atlanta and birmingham. nashville, though, maybe a little bit of snow. and here, miguel, a white christmas. so many kids around the country will be enjoying it. meteorologically, a white christmas, inch of snow on the ground on christmas morning. ♪ i'm dreaming of a white christmas ♪ thank you very much. that will did it
schools. the threats in northern and central california are now investigated by police. >> the giants world series hero meets some of his own heroes. how sergio romo gave back to hundreds of fans at traverse arves. on your prepaid card? introducing chase liquid. the reloadable card with no fee reloads and withdrawals at chase atms. all for one flat monthly fee so there's zero confusion. get rid of prepaid problems. get chase liquid. >>> welcome back. to mornings on 2, everyone. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. let's look at the top stories we've been following all morning long. we are on storm watch. as wet and windy weather causes problems on roads and knocked out power to more than 3,000 homes and businesses. a truck did end up on its side early this morning. there you see it. that is southbound 880 in oakland. a driver also fled the scene after crashing a car into a tree on 580 near the coolidge exit in oakland. highway 101 in marine county, is also blocked by a fallen tree. >>> well the wet weather is also having an impact on holiday travel at bay area airports. right now, s
-mom, the friend. >>reporter: family fries in southern california where rivera lived still trying to comprehend the superstar sudden death. singer jet crashed in northern mexico following a concert killing 7 people including rivera. >> we are like in denial. many keep news prayer. there are no words. >>reporter: soulful singer seemed to have a special bond with latino followers. battled poverty, divorce other hardship to achieve success. >> she has been through so many up and down and she got through it. yes. so i do admire her. as a woman. >>reporter: social network site twitter and facebook are exploding with condolences. rivera death has many others searching the internet to find out more about the talented artist killed at the height of her career. >> huge loss of a human being. more than just music. >>reporter: many fans knew of her personal challenge because of her reality tv show i love jenni where she interactd with her family and toured the united states and mexico. in san jose, abc 7 news. >> many coming up next. woman who survived 6 frigid days in the sierra. tonight you
-mom, the friend. >>reporter: family friends in southern california where rivera lived still trying to comprehend the superstar sudden death. singer jet crashed in northern mexico following a concert killing 7 people including rivera. >> we are like in denial. many keep news prayer. there are no words. >>reporter: soulful singer seemed to have a special bond with latino followers. battled poverty, divorce other hardship to achieve success. >> she has been through so many up and down and she got through it. yes. so i do admire her. as a woman. >>reporter: social network site twitter and facebook are exploding with condolences. rivera death has many others searching the internet to find out more about the talented artist killed at the height of her career. >> huge loss of a human being. more than just music. >>reporter: many fans knew of her personal challenge because of her reality tv show i love jenni where she interactd with her family and toured the united states and mexico. in san jose, abc 7 news. >> many coming up next. woman who survived 6 frigid days in the sierra. tonight you
the residents of its northern territories very well, does not provide protection by indian tribes, and large landowners in california come on board the u.s. and support u.s. troops and troops with horses and munitions, those people lose their land, there are supposedly go rights that are given these people, those local courts are incredibly racist against -- and you see similar things going on, and attitudes towards mexican people, i publish an op-ed piece, looking at the origins of what republicans referred to as the latino immigration problem and if you look at the last election, the republican party looked and said afterward, we change how we talk about immigrants. latinos voted overwhelmingly, a number of house races which were supposed to be tossups going to democrats because latinos in the area voted 75%, there's an ongoing problem. and the areas you're talking about here and were taken from mexico. and a anglos are -- leads, a really good point. >> the observations on the anti-war sentiment, why there seems to be such popularity associated with the filibuster movement. william walker
's government. the fact is that mexico does not treat the residents of the northern territories very well. it is not provide them with protection of indian tribes. and a lot of these people in california actually come on board the u.s. cause and they support u.s. troops and provide horses for the troops and ammunition, and these people all lost their land. because although there are supposedly legal rights that are given to these people, the way that property disputes played out is in local courts. and those are incredibly racist against mexican people. pretty much everyone in california who is mexican and ends up losing their land. you see that basically it is not a happy story in any way. in terms of attitudes towards mexican people, i published an op-ed piece not that long ago, looking at the u.s. mexico origins of what republicans refer to as the latino immigration problem. if you look at what happens, the republican party looks at it and say we really need to change the way we talk about immigrants because it's costing us votes. the fact of the matter is that latinos voted overwhelmi
back to "california country." >> woodland, california, has a history as one of the largest and most important agricultural centers in the northern part of the state. and there's a place on the edge of town that reflects much of that history. in two huge buildings near interstate 5, you'll find the fred. heidrick antique ag collection, the world's largest and most unique collection of one-of-a-kind antique agricultural equipment, and the hays antique truck museum, also recognized as the largest of its kind in the world. but this is much more than old trucks and farm implements. at the center, much history is shared through interactive exhibits, entertaining events, and stories told by people like lonnie wunder. >> fred heidrick was a major farmer in the area. he farmed over 30,000 acres at one time. and he ended up collecting farm equipment all of his life. >> and quite honestly, when you get to be a successful farmer, you can go out, and you can talk to other guys, and most of these guys like to talk about the old days. and so he'd look over there, and he'd say, "ok, joe, "what are
the wreckage. the plane travelling from monteray, mexico in the northern part of the country. and to mexico city when it vanished roughly ten minutes after takeoff, it never made it to its destination. 43-year-old jennie rivera grew up in long beach, california and best known of mexican regional music. and here at fox news we knew she was battling breast cancer and speak with fox news latino about that issue a few months ago. and it's all over the web tonight, thoughts and players for rivera and crew. at this hour, a ll girl barely alive after her father was in a shootout. we've learned the suspect has died in the last little while. the rest are evaluation is southwest of porterville. police found two men and a woman murdered and they then went after the suspects and they found him by tracking his cell phone, pulling him over in a rural area, about 20 miles away from the scene of the crime. when they say he opened fire on them and he fired back. arth arthel, what's the latest? >> harris, before coming to the studio we learned he died at the regional center in fresno, he was injured in a sho
is mexico does not treat the residents of the northern territories very well. it's not interested in them, does not provide them with interest and a lot of these people, particularly large landowners in california actually come on board the u.s. cause in support u.s. troops. they provide troops with horses and ammunition and those people on disneyland because the fact of the matter is although there are supposed it legal rights that are given to these people, the way that property disputes play out is in local courts because they are incredibly racist against mexican people. pretty much everybody in california is mexican and at the same event could you see similar things going on new mexico. it's not a happy story in any way. in terms of the larger question you ask about, attitudes towards mexican people, i published an op-ed piece not that long ago looking at the u.s.-mexico war as the origins of what is referred to as the latino immigration problem. if you look at what happened in this last election, the republican party said afterwards we need to change the way we talk about immigrants
. she died yesterday evening in a plane crash in northern mexico. jenni was a real american success story. she was born in california to immigrants from mexico. started working at her father's small record label in long beach, california, recorded from there there, made a number of top hits, she was recently in florida to receive a billboard aand performed at the the billboard awards. my mom was a huge fan of hers, also kind of equivalent "the voice" in mexico on the telemunddo network. she was a singer in a genre dominated by males. burr she sung frankly about her struggles to give her children a better life in this country. so her death is a real tragedy at a young age, and i know there are millions of people across the country and around the world mourning her loss today. she is survived by her five children and two grandchildren and our prayers go to her that god may grant her family the peace to deal with this difficult circumstance. mr. president, i come here today on december 10, human rights day, and i wanted to briefly discuss human rights because i would just say that whil
died in a plane crash in northern mexico. she was a real american success store. she was born in california to immigrants from mexico. she started working in her father's small record label studio and recorded top hits that made charts around the world. she was recently in florida to receive a billboard awards and performed at the billboard awards. my mom is a huge fan of hers and kind of the equivalent of "the voice" on telemundo. she was a singer in a genre of music dominated by males and brought a powerful voice to that genre where she sang, frankly, about her struggles to give her kids a better life. her death is a tragedy at a young age and hundreds of people are mourning her loss. she's survived by her five children and two grandchildren and our prayers go out to her that god may grant her the peace to deal with this difficult circumstance. >> she was 43 years old.voice. >> certainly a great tragedy. >>> meanwhile, tearful apologies today from the two australian deejays who made last week's prank call to the duchess of cambridge's hospital. the nurse who took the call an
, heads up. you will need umbrellas as you head across northern portions indiana. as we head northbound across upper portions of midwest it will be very cold but it will be dry so bundle up. out west, generally dry conditions. california up through the pacific northwest which is actually good news because it has been on the cool side. high temperatures in the afternoon, new york city, 36 degrees. parts of the midwest, 12 will be the temperature in minneapolis. as you head farther up north, talking single digits. 9 in minneapolis and in new york city, 30. but, gregg, factor in the wind it feels even colder. 21. gregg: that friesing rain and ice, the black ice. 4:00 hour this morning i almost took a major header on that. you can't see it in the dark. the obviously dark at 4:00 a.m. it was just brutal. you will be part of the new year's special tonight? >> i am so excited. i will need to bundle up. it is very cold out there, especially more than 20 stories above the building i have to say. heather: maria was out there all morning before the sun came up, at the top of the ball is. gregg: re
through portions of arizona, new mexico and southern california, showery there. a little bit of snow activity early on this friday up along the eastern shore of erie and ontario. 20s in the northern plains. montana now, the chilly spot on this map with 13. we've got about 27 in raleigh durham and later today, things will warm up a little in raleigh almost 60. the same for memphis. warm along the coast. 50s and 60s and 60s through portion of texas. 30s in the northern plains and portions of new england. >> gretchen: brian, my son is the sportscaster at school today. so he's paying close attention to see what you say right now. >> steve: no pressure. >> brian: i can't wait to see that tape. i'm sure he'll do great. let's talk about thursday night football. let's start there because cincinnati and the eagles locked in a game that cincinnati had to win to keep their playoff hopes alive and they did. turnovers were the key. philadelphia gave this game away. five turnovers in all. a messy season for them where they underachieve and they're having a change in coaching. cincinnati will face
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